Tuesday 16 May 2023




Charity shop ‘amazed’ after someone donated Beatles album worth £1,000.
Bargain hunters often wade through piles of donations at charity shops looking for items which are worth more than they appear.

The British Heart Foundation has struck gold with an extremely rare first edition copy of The Beatles' 1968 White Album - which was found in a box full of other items.

The donated album has a misprint unique to the first version of the record, and there were only 10,000 copies made.



Featuring songs line Helter Skelter and While my guitar gently weeps, The White Album was The Beatles' ninth studio album and it followed Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.





The record, which also included a fold-out poster of the Fab Four, was donated to a branch of the BHF in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, last week.

It's now up for sale for £1,000 with the money raised benefiting the charity.


Richard Pallier, head of charity's retail online, said: 'Our music and vinyl experts were thrilled when this valuable piece of music history was donated to the BHF.




'High-value items like this allow us to continue to carry out our lifesaving research and make a difference to the 7.6 million people living with heart and circulatory diseases in the UK.
'We would urge others to think of the BHF when donating preloved items.'
















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